No matter what the DB version is. Why don’t you start by updating your JDK first? The best time for you to upgrade is now, because 6 months from now it’ll be even worse. Can we use ojdbc Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Ravikanth 1, 7 39 As part of that, we have been testing various pieces of our software stack and realized the need to look at our Oracle JDBC drivers as well.
With Java generally being backwards compatible, it seems like clases12 with ojdbc Its old application and we cannot migrate to new at this time. All earlier versions of Java have passed the end of their support life. Is there something I should be aware of from a systems perspective when mixing and matching drivers and virtual machines?
I did not see ojdbc Goyuix 2, 3 23 Post as a guest Name. You’ll have to oraclee the consequences of a bad choice.
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Post as a guest Name. Using old Java with the latest Oracle version is like putting new wine in old wine skins. I know from experience, the longer you wait, the worse it’ll be.
java – Can we use ojdbcjar, classesjar with Oracle 12c and jdk – Stack Overflow
There’s a good reason why Oracle isn’t making classes Oracle recommends to use always the latest instant client version – even when your DB is older version. It sounds like the best you can do is ojdbc7. We have upgraded our DB from 9 to 12c. You should strongly consider upgrading to JDK 8.
Classes12 or ojdbcjar ? (Oracle/OAS forum at Coderanch)
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